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Nemo

A television or radio broadcast that originates some place other than the studio. A prominent example is a sports broadcast, which originates at the field or court of play.
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4HDi-powered Nemos have CO2 emissions below the critical 120g/km level.
It is the Citroen Nemo, a real cheeky chappie of a commercial which introduces something of a fun element into this intensely competitive businesslike world.
CITROEN have started making waves in the light commercial vehicle market with their new Nemo van.
The Nemo van comes with a choice of two engines and a similar number of trim levels.
Today, the number of existing and contracted Nemos Seafood franchises has reached 70, and locations include Maryland, Georgia, New York, and Pennsylvania.
The Nemos Seafood owners are discovering that franchising their business has tremendous advantages, from expanding with minimal capital investment--since franchisees provide the initial investment--to competing more effectively against much larger competitors.
But Nemo longs to return to the ocean and his father.
Although this clownfish-buying fad seems innocent, it poses real harm to tropical reef ecosystems--the natural home of Nemo and his friends.